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Duke Kunshan Foundation Held 2018 Board Meeting

“The battle for the talent is the most critical issue of this age. We are grateful that so many talents serving on the Foundation’s Board have invested their time, resource and expertise to help us to recruit, cultivate and retain high-caliber students, faculty and staff,” said Denis Simon, Executive Vice Chairman of the Foundation and Executive Vice Chancellor of Duke Kunshan University in opening the 2018 Duke Kunshan Foundation Board Meeting.

Two ECE Faculty Members Awarded for Impact on Industry

Recognitions underline the transformation of Duke ECE into a powerhouse in advanced electronic design

Two faculty members in Duke Engineering’s Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department are having large impacts in the industrial sector and have recently received recognition for their efforts.

The Research Hub of Asia Pacific Observatory (APO) on Health Policy and System, hosted by the Global Health Research Center at Duke Kunshan University, has been awarded USD 260,000 to support three new research projects from 2018 to 2019, after the successful completion of three projects from 2016 to 2017. The three research projects, launched in recent months, cover a wide range of topics including e-health, non-communicable disease (NCD) care and migrant health.

A student walks on the new Duke Kunshan University campus.

A new international Master of Engineering (MEng) program in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) seeks to develop tech leaders with a global perspective by providing an educational experience at both Duke University and Duke Kunshan University. The jointly managed program was approved by the Duke Board of Trustees in May 2018.

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